robotized

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English[edit]

Verb[edit]

robotized

  1. simple past tense and past participle of robotize

Adjective[edit]

robotized (comparative more robotized, superlative most robotized)

  1. Like or having characteristics of a robot; automated.
    • 1973, Buryl Payne, Getting There without Drugs, quoted in 2013, Martin Halliwell, Therapeutic Revolutions: Medicine, Psychiatry, and American Culture, 1945-1970, page 262,
      [] and this subtle and pervasive philosophy of squeezing everything into rational schemes has actually made people more thinglike, more robotized and dehumanized.
    • 1991, Op-ed editor, The Awful Truth, Popular Photography, Jan-Nov 1991, page 8,
      The newer Canon lens may have been produced with updated, more automated, more robotized techniques.
    • 1986, Peter Drucker, 2011, The Frontiers of Management, page 8,
      The most robotized plant in the world is probably the GE locomotive plant in Erie, Pennsylvania.
    • 2010, Paul Goodman, New Reformation: Notes of a Neolithic Conservative, page 31,
      They do not look the least bit more robotized, nor do they have glazed eyes.